- Climate Justice=Shut Down BerksSun, Oct 20Berks County Residential CenterOct 20, 2019, 3:30 PMBerks County Residential Center, 1040 Berks Rd, Leesport, PA 19533, USA“Indeed, humanity, as an integral part of the planet, requires love as a driving force. We need it like we need clean air and clean water, like we need a stable atmosphere and healthy soil...Today we come together to demonstrate our commitment to one another, to shared resources, a shared planet..."
- Listen to Your Mother Greater BerksSat, May 11Wilson High SchoolMay 11, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PMWilson High School, 2601 Grandview Blvd, Reading, PA 19609, USAStephanie J. Andersen will be reading as part of a dynamic group of other wonderful storytellers in an unforgettable evening dedicated to moms and motherhood. Come be a part of this special event for mothers.
- Reading, PA Town Hall: The Green New DealFri, May 03Albright CollegeMay 03, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PMAlbright College, 1621 N 13th St, Reading, PA 19604, USAResolutions are visions. They focus and unite us in an effort to create the future we all want. The Green New Deal is the biggest opportunity of our lifetime to invest in the America. Join us for this special event.
Past Event: Building a Future of 100%
March 8, 2019
Reading Area Community College's Operation Green hosted Reading for 100 for an important community event on building a future of 100% clean energy in Reading and Berks County. Stephanie Andersen told the story of how she became a community organizer and talked about why she believes clean energy is a necessity for the community she loves.
March 24, 2017
In the last episode of World Have Your Say, Stephanie Andersen and the daughter she gave up for adoption join BBC's Chloe Tilley for an intimate conversation about adoption.
October 29, 2016
Lancaster PA's Hippocampus Magazine hosted two central-PA writers as part of Under the Gum Tree's National Nonfiction Simulcast, an evening of live readings – in three cities and online, a first-of-its-kind, live event that brought together a few peer literary journals. People attended live, in person, in each magazine’s hometown: Pittsburgh, Lancaster, or Sacramento, Calif.